Extensive stock of significant Russian 1920s-30s political, commercial and performing arts posters. Click below to see a small sample of our inventory.
A large and significant group of posters designed by Gustav Klutsis and his wife and collaborator Valentina Kulagina.
[Klutsis, G.] 1 May is the Day of International Proletarian Solidarity. 1930.
[Klutsis, G.] We will repay the coal debt. 1930.
[Kulagina, V.] 1905 Path to October. 1929.
[Kulagina, V.] Women Shock Workers. 1931.
[Klutsis, G.] To the Struggle for Fuel and Metal. 1933.
Important (and often exhibited) Constructivist and photomontage designs.
The Struggle for the Polytechnical School is the Struggle for the Five Year Plan.
[Bulanov, D.] Five-Year Plan Targets for Training of Specialists for the Public Catering System. 1931.
[Dolgorukov, N.] Let's Storm the Production Targets of the Plan's Final Year. 1931.
[Brigade KGK] Farmers to the Forests. 1931.
[Deineka, A.] To Work, To Build and No Complaining! 1933.
Advertising posters for Mosselprom and other state sponsored wholesalers, publishers, journals, cigarettes, chocolates and other consumer products.
[Semenova, E.] Join AVIAKhIM! Aerial Sentry of the USSR. 1926.
[Anonymous] If you are interested in photography, read Soviet Photo magazine. 1930.
[Levin, A.] Subscribe to the journal Ogonek with supplements. 1926.
[Dobrokovsky, M. ]
[Dobrokovsky, M. ] Advertising poster for the magazine "Daesh". 1929.
[Anonymous] Advertising poster for the Komsomol magazine Iacheika. c. 1920s.
Film, theater, ballet, circus and exhibition posters.
[Stenberg Bros.] Exhibition "The Poster in the Service of the Five-Year Plan". 1932.
[Stepanova, V.] Death of Tarelkin and Magnanimous Cuckhold. 1922.
[Prusakov, N.] Strange Woman. 1929.
[Kustodiev, B.] The Flea. 1925.
[Borisov, G.] Mother. 1926.